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In Memory of 
"Wendy Lou Stark 
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Dana Marshall, Alpha Phi 
Seth Skolnick, Theta Chi 
Earl Ridgell, Delta Tau Delta 
T. Scott Elliott, Delta Tau Delta 
Marty Heinrich, Tau Epsilon Phi 
M.K. Baker, Alpha Chi Omega 
Marybeth McCarthy, Delta Delta Delta 
Kathy Merachnik, Alpha Delta Pi 
Karen Frank, Sigma Kappa 
George Sakellaris, Phi Gamma Delta 
Kevin Stiles, Kappa Sigma 
Ken Male, Kappa Sigma 
Marty Copac, Phi Delta Theta 
Michelle Ellman, Delta Phi Epsilon 
Brinda Johnson, Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Kim Beane, Alpha Zi Delta 
Lori Muligan, Alpha Zi Delta 
Pat Allan, Sigma Nu 
Brenda Rosencrantz, Alpha Phi 
Barbara Kolman, Phi Sigma Sigma 
Lauren Cadeaux, Phi Sigma Sigma 
Erica Kaplan, Kappa Alpha Theta 
Chris Kennedy, Sigma Chi 
Glenn Shirley, Alpha Gamma Rho 
and the Pi Phi girls. 

Kim Stemler, Delta Gamma 
Susie Taalat, Delta Gamma 



Extra special thanks to . . . 

John Lacey, Kappa Sigma 
Laura Welsh, Delta Gamma 



for all their efforts. Thanks to all the Frieze delegates, IFC, Panhel and everyone 
else who has made the issue of the Fheze possible, including Betsy Belleville, for all 
her guidance and assistance. 



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GREEK WEEK 1981 



Chairperson - Katie Calder 



Neal Bellet 



Greek Week--the pride and joy of the Greek 
System and the most looked-forward to event 
of the school year hit once again on 
April 12-April 16, 1981. The theme was "The 
Movies." 

The week began with rededi cation held 
at the University chapel. At this time the 
greek man and woman of the year were 
named. They were Dale Rickenbach (FIJI) and 
Shelley Pogust (Phi Sigma Sigma). Both of 
these Greeks contributed alot to both their 
chapters and the Greek System. 

After rededication the Greeks moved 
right into the annual car rally. Every- 
thing from a giant roller skate to a huge 
pirate ship was displayed. The first place 
winner of the car rally this year was Pi 
Beta Phi and Tau Epsilon Phi with their 
marvelous and almost life-like replica of a 
helicopter from their movie - Apocalypse 
Now. 

As usual the thumper match was held 
with Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Alpha Phi being 
named overall thumper champions after a 
grueling week of endless thumper matches. 
The week went very well except for some rain 
but, the Greeks didn't let it ruin their fun 
as they proceeded to start a huge mud 
battle. For days every fraternity and 
sorority house had mud, caked inches thick 
on their floors and showers. The funniest 
part of the whole mud scene was a roving 
photographer who took many snapshots of 
Greeks being thrown in or running away from 

mud puddles. 

At the end of the week awards were 
presented. FIJI and Kappa Alpha Theta 
receive many awards, those being house 
decorations, and overall Olympic events 
winners. Even more so FIJI and Kappa Alpha 
Theta captured first place in the annual 
dance contest. The spirit award was won by 
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PLEPGE DEBUT 
OCTOBER 16, 1981 



Chairperson : Janet Dyer 



Sue Decker 



Pledge Debut was held at Rosecroft 
Raceway this fall. This was the first time 
pledge debut was held there. Everyone 
was used to places such as the Shoreham 
Americana or Martins West and could not 
picture it being held anywhere else - much 
less a race track! 

As the days flew by, everyone wondered 
what Pledge Debut would be like. Rumors ran 
rampant once the word about Rosecroft got 
out! For weeks while standing in the Vous 
line one could hear comments such as "what 
are we doing running around in gowns and 
suits in a room full of betting windows!! 
or "Ah, maybe we can bet on a few horses 
while we're there! !" 

Well, the day finally arrived. Most of 
the sororities rented buses to transport 
both themselves and their dates to the great 
pledge debut. As the buses pulled into the 
lot one could see many couples scurrying 
frantically toward the raceway with looks of 
excited anticpation plastered over their 

■pa C^ S 

Inside the huge room, there was a cash 
bar and many tables - the set up of one's 
everyday Pledge Debut. The crowd was 
entertained by both a live band and a disc 
jockey. A photographer ran around wildly 
snapping pictures 'of countless tipsy greeks. 

Needless to say, the night was a 
tremendous success and a grand time was had 
by all!! 






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HOMECOMING 1 

Chairperson: Kim Connelly Wendy Gelfardj 

Homecoming — 

The University of Maryland s Homecoming 
was held on November 24, 1981. 

As usual, the Greeks paired up for a 
fun-filled week which began on Novmber 19, 
1981, and continued with countless desserts, 
parties and two o'clock clubs. The theme 
was "It's a Small World" and all match-ups 
worked frantically to build their floats and 
decorate their houses to fit the theme at 

hand. , ^. 

The worst part of the week was the 
lousy weather. It rained just about every 
day and it poured on November 23-the 
day of the parade. Due to this, many floats 
were ruined. But, with the considerable 
drawback Zeta Psi and Alpha Gamma Delta 
captured the first place trophy. Their 
float depicted the country of Scotland and 
on it appeared a castle and a gigantic 
dragon. Another interesting float was the 
"Reach Out and Touch Someone" by Alpha Gamma 
Rho and Delta Delta Delta. Their float had a 
huge telephone on it and was another fa- 
vorite among the crowd. 

All and all, with the wet weather the 
Greek's spirit did not dampen any. The 
Homecoming Week ended with a bang as 
Maryland stomped on the Duke Blue Devils. 











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OCTOBER 29- 

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IHTRAMURALS: 






Fraternity Standings 


1. 


Phi Sigma Delta 


828.5 


2. 


Sigma Chi 


528.0 


3. 


Sigma Alpha Epsi 


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4. 


Theta Chi 


431 


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Alpha Tau Omega 


386.5 


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Phi Delta Theta 


383.5 


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Tau Epsilon Phi 


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8. 


Pi Kappa Alpha 


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9. 


Delta Tau Delta 


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10. 


Delta Upsilon 


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Sorority Standings 
(1981-82 Fall Semester) 



Kappa Alpha Theta 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Pi Beta Phi 



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Dear Amy, You mean more to me than you 
realize. Your my little baby. Love Lee 
J. 

To the sister of Kappa Kappa Gamma: I 
have really enjoyed being Kappa man, it 
is an honor that I will always remember! 
Kappa will always be special! D.L. 

SWIV: I wish you happines in all your 
endeavors and I wish us even more 
happiness in the future we will share 
together. Ken 










To D Phi E - Much thanks for 
very special year. Love, Lauren 

"To the Sex Kittens-I'll always lo\Vv 
you; don't change! " 

Pokey, Again it will be sweet in Pa >1 
Beach. Toot-Toot. The Rolls is wai 
ing. I can't wait. Needs won't i 
denied! Love and kisses, Fallon. 



Sue, you will always 
Love you, Gordon. 



be my sweethea ; 



MY DEAR SUNSHINE: Tidal basin, Ocei 
City, Promenade (Book-ends!) Movie, 
tennis, National Zoo; ANNAPOLIS ai 
"High Rise," Atlantic City: Hard ht 



and legs--BWI 
Breaks ! (Let's 
Orleans , etc . , 
my sweetheart; 
LOVE, me. 



, PHONE CALLS, Stud. 

play house...) IPC, Nv 
it's just the beginnin, 

it can only get bette! 






"Dear Bret, darling being close to 
you, made all my dreams come true. 
Love, Liz" 



To my Deepher sisters 
Thanks for the memories! 
the past few years wonderful 
love you always- Emily. 



and friends; 
You've made 



To a special group of 
not get any better than 
CHI ! ! Love, Monique 

Roger- "How ya doin?" M- 



guys; 
this.. 



and I'll 



it does 
. THETA 



To Bonnie Z.-What can I say? To the best 
lil sis ever-you're great! I'll miss ya. 
Alpha love, Susan 

Kevin-You're the best big brother a girl 
could ever ask for-love ya, Gina 



To my marvelous roomie-I'll miss you, 
still love you alot! Friends forever, 
Ashbomb-love, Gina 



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Malcolm and Dave-who could ever ask for a 
better pair of co-editors?? WE DID IT!! 
Love ya, Gina 



To all my Pi Phi sisters and pledges; 
tjf I love you all, thank you!! Love always, 
Gina 




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Get ready to swim: Delta Gamma Anchor 
Splash September 24! 

Thank you to past and present officers 
of Delta Gamma. 

Senior, Best of Luck after graduation. 
Delta Gamma! 

We love you Mom Carol, Sax, and "T", 
Delta Gamma. 

To Wendi-Even though we did not win 
I think it turned out for the best. 
We have become closer friends because 
of it. Love, M.L.H.P.Z. 



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Ellen, may your 21st year be the 
best of your life. Your big brother. 

Gail, I hope we become closer friends 
in the next year. Malcolm. 

To all those that helped put this Frieze 
together, many thanks. Malcolm. 

AM, SG, KF, SW-It's been real, it's been 
fun, but it hasn't been real fun. 
JS. The Theta, Tri-Delts, and the 
nothing: ' wrong. 



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To Gina and Malcolm. It was a great 
time working with you both. It was 
fun but I'm glad the books are done. 
You both deserve a pat on the back. 
Stay in touch. Dave. 

To Marti, Jeanne, Chrissy-Thanks 
for putting up with me always calling. 
You all are great friends to have. 
D.L. 

To Paul-It's been a great three years 
from pledging to holding office and 
now graduation. Good luck next 
semester. Stay in touch. Y.R.M. 

The Howard County girls of 
A Pi-Page, Marguerite, 
Booke, Linda, Heidi, and Lynne. 



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l^age-Anne, Thanks for being the 
I3EST roommate. Love ya, Mar-GAUX. 

Delta Phi Charlie-Remeber all the 
Darts we played, the audiences we've 
sntertained, the lies we told for 
everyone to hear all mixed together 
Ivith Miller beer, just call our life 
"General Fraternity" and us Monica 
ind Al . I love the game we've been 
j3laying almost as much as you. 
■auess who? Your loving partner, Julie. I 



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OHK-I love you. Forever-NLG 

Lee John-I'll love you forever and 
especially when I'm 32. From your 
ANGEL BABY 

Dear Shelley, Thanxs for two semesters 
of happiness. Love, Sharon 

"Thank you Delta Gamma for the best 
four years ever." IN THE BONDS, 
C.A.M. 

Lisa-Thanxs for teaching me that I 
can love again. Love, your double 
secret FIJI. 



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Sigma Kappa-I'll remember you-long after 

I have departed from you. Always laughter, 

always friends there, Sigma Kappa, you 

are my home! -Love, Carol 

D.B.-My Sigma Kappa little brother, 

my friend, my lover, my fiancee. 

I'll love you today, tomorrow and always- 

LDB 

RSL, Thanks for being there ^\^ry little 
time... at least WE had fun! MJB 

Jenny, Sue, Janet, Marianne, Laura, and 
Wendi-you all are great! Good times are 
still ahead! Love always-Lisa 




KALEGETHOS 



President, Anita "Coo" Kelley, Kappa Delta 
V.P., Gordon Palmateer, Delta Tau Delta 
Treasurer, Liam McMenamin, Sigma Nu 
Secretary, Sherri Wagman, Phi Sigma Sigma 
Social, David Livingston, Delta Tau Delta 



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St V.P., Jai 
!nd V.P., Mik 

reasurer, Mi 
secretary. Da 
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ocial , Danny 
\sst. Rush, S 
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me Gregory, Theta Chi 
e McGowan, Phi Sigma Kappa 
ke Gabaly, Sigma Alpha Mu 
n Campbell , Sigma Nu 
Palmateer, Delta Tau Delta 

Macey, Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
ean Lonergan, Pi Kappa Alpha 

Brad Wilcox, Theta Chi 





PANHEL EXEC 

President, Jenny Rogers, Alpha Phi 
1st V.P., Sue Bel off, Phi Sigma Sigma 
2nd V.P., Janet Dyer, Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Treasurer, Laura Rosenburg, Alpha Chi Omega 
Secretary, Marianne Legan, Alpha Omicron Pi 
Co-Rush, Lisa Shenkle, Alpha Xi Delta 
Co-Rush, Wendi Wickland, Delta Delta Delta 



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IFC BALL 
FEBRUARY 18,1982 



Chairperson: Bill Curtin 

IFC Ball was held once 
again at Martins West. As 
usual , the Greeks had an 
excellent time dancing and 
drinking and drinking and 
dancing!!! A vast variety 
of eveing wear was display- 
ed at this gala affair. 
Everything from the conser- 
va tive prep to the Saks 
Fifth Avenue Special was 
displayed. Music was 
provided by a live band and 
a disc jockey who had a 
great time spinning tunes 
for the Greeks as they 
danced everything from the 
foxtrot to the most popular 
Greek dance call "The 
Gator." 




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SPRING BREAK 1982 

** Maryland Shows all at the Button ! 

The University of Maryland let open its 
gates and let loose the student body for 
another wild and crazy spring break. Many 
students went north, others south and and 
even east and west. Most likely, the whole 
continent was covered. As the day for 
break approached many students began 
closing their school books and prepared 
for a week full of fun and excitment no 
matter where they went!! 

As was generally expected, many stu- 
dents headed south toward Florida and good 
ol Fort Lauderdale. Many Greeks spent 
their nights of wild times at the famous 
"Button" where many drinking contests, 
wet-tee shirt contests and contest contests 
were held. On the other end of the spectrum 
was the student who went home over break, 
visited with relatives and went to the 
dentist — ah yes, such a diverse group we are 
here at the good old University of Maryland. 




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knottier year gone by and here is tde 1^81-1^81 issue 
of"^JfE 1'Kl'LZ'L." fXs you flip tdrougd tde pages we 
dope you enjoy some of tfie improvements we've made. 

We dad a great time putting tdis edition together, — it 
was definitely a rewarding experience. We dope you wilt 
enjoy tdis issue of tde frieze as mucd as we dave in putting 
it togetder. 

fraternally, 



Malcolm JVeitzey ^ina H^esoriero T)ave Livingston 
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